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ABS/MBS Market

Every week, Asset-Backed Alert delivers the earliest word on money-making plays emerging from the evolving securitization business, including the worldwide markets for ABS, MBS and CLOs.

Selections from Recent Issues


Merck Adds to Asset-Backed Bond Dosage

Merck continues to add to its holdings of asset-backed securities.

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Demand Sustaining CLO Spread Squeeze

Even with spreads on collateralized loan obligations steadily tightening for much of this year, managers keep looking for ways to further reduce their...

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CapOne Seen Securitizing Cabela's Accounts

It looks like Capital One will fold Cabela’s credit-card business into its securitization program, allaying fears among investors that the bank would...

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Finacity Accused of Snatching Trade Secrets

Lord Capital is suing Finacity for allegedly stealing its trade secrets.

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Fitch Report Dooms Global Jet Transaction

The cancellation of Global Jet Capital’s debut securitization offers a rare look at the process of pulling a deal from the market.

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Landlord-Loan Program On the Drawing Board

Window Rock Capital is planning to securitize landlord loans.

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Trustees Build Cases Against Auto Lenders

Issuers of subprime auto-loan securities could soon face a string of lawsuits from their deals’ trustees.

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EverBank Revives MBS-Issuing Discussions

EverBank is back on the list of prospective mortgage-bond issuers.

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Koch Family Office Readies Buying Program

The Koch brothers are plowing some of their personal fortunes into asset-backed securities.

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Redwood, Fitch Back On Speaking Terms

Redwood Trust and Fitch are patching up their relationship.

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Guggenheim Beefs Up Underwriting Unit

Guggenheim has added three senior executives to its asset-backed bond underwriting team.

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Nationstar Developing Non-QM Program

Nationstar Mortgage plans to start writing and securitizing home loans that fall outside the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s “qualified-mortgage” guidelines.

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